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, 26-year-old ryan coogler who worked as a social worker to juvenile detention center in san francisco. then, "who is dayani cristal?" >> a new film featuring the mexican actor gael garcia bernal examines the story of a migrant who died in the arizona desert in 2010. all of that and more coming up. this is "democracy now!," democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. democratic senators have unveiled their measure to reintroduce the assault weapons ban in the aftermath of the newtown massacre that killed 27 people, including 20 children, last month. senator dianne feinstein of california and connecticut senator chris murphy have announced the new legislation. >> weapons design originally for the military to kill large numbers of people in close combat are replicated for civilian use. they fall into the hands one way or another of grievance killers, gangs, of those who are mentally unstable or ill. >> kids would be alive today in newtown, connecticut if the law we are proposing today were in place on december 14 of last year. it is as simple as that. white we know that?
, let's see it. here we go. 1, 2, 3... [applause] in 1989 and 1990, i took a leave from san francisco and taught conceptual physics in honolulu, at the university of hawaii. there, a small part of my class met in a tv studio classroom and the whole course was videotaped, and that makes up the present series, which has been edited by my good friend marshall ellenstein. you'll notice in the series that the students are mainly first year university students. but they could as well be first year high school students, and you know why? because the physics is the same. let's drop in on opening lecture. enjoy. okay, gang, welcome to conceptual physics. i'm gonna give you a lot of lectures this semester. and the lectures i'm giving are only the highlights of the course. guess where the learning takes place? reading the material and getting together with friends and talking about the ideas. so what i'm gonna do is highlight some of the ideas and talk about physics. but the physics you will learn, you will learn from your textbook and working in groups in your laboratory. hmm? now, first of all
in san francisco and was kind of lonely. he didn't know anybody. he wanted to make some friends, so what did he do? go to church on a sunday morning, huh? he went to the church on a sunday morning, the good reverend says, "hey gang, we're gonna meet "this afternoon at 2:00. we're gonna take a bus trip. "we're gonna take a bus trip out to hang-gliding territory "out on the cliffs over the beach. so all the people get together and they get in this bus and they take--go way out where the hang gliders are in these cliffs, okay? and, like, people got out of the bus, they spread out the big cloth and put the kentucky fried chicken, the kool-aid, and all the stuff there, the mcdonald's and all the other things right there, right? this guy is sitting down and kinda not checking out the food, checking out the potential friends, looking around, he's trying to find out who's who. he looks across the way and sees someone and said, "whoo, this is it." boom-boom boom-boom. is it? okay, finally happened. and he looks at this lovely, lovely person. a lovely person who walks over to the edge of the cliff
online casually until i was contacted last fall by his new attorneys that were here in san francisco. as you said, we mostly do corporate work. aaron was our first criminal defendant. generally, this is not the kind of work that interests us or has an interesting computer security aspect. but when we were contacted by the lawyers, it did intrigue as that he was facing such serious charges for even if you believe all the facts in the government indictment, actions that are very difficult to really qualify as computer hacking. and so we decided to join the case as expert witnesses. as the case went on, that belief that what he did is very hard to fit into that box they tried to fit in of criminal hacking activity. that feeling grew as we saw the evidence and talk to witnesses, saw the case the government was lying out against him. >> what exactly was it that he did that you would say does not qualify as computer hacking, and why would you say -- what would be the line you would draw on this? also, your speculation as to why the case, if you have a theory, why they felt so strongly they
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